In case you, too, are unfamiliar with it, the KBTP (Klingon Bible Translation Project, naturally!) is evidently a serious effort by some sci-fi diehards to translate both the Old and New Testaments into the language of a fictional planet. It turns out that the Klingon Language Institute (how did I miss that one when I chose a college?) organized a long-term effort to translate the whole Bible. So far, though, the Klingon Language Institute has produced only a few translated books, including the Gospel of Mark. As you can imagine, such a huge undertaking cannot be sustained at Warp factor 9. In fact, although progress is visible, the velocity of the project is still at sub-light speed, on impulse engines only.
http://www.klingonword.org/ (available in podcast format)
A few answers can be found at the "Why a Klingon Bible?" site:
Me? I have enough concerns right here on terra firma without translating Scriptures for a race that doesn't exist. And I might be overstepping my bounds, but I'm pretty sure Mr. Spock would find my conclusion quite logical.
So, dear reader, does a Klingon Bible raise any questions or thoughts in you? If so, share them in the comment section. Even if not, pull up a seat and help us wait for the year 2228, when baby James T. Kirk will be born in Riverside, Iowa (that is, barring a temporal rift in the space-time continuum).
Live long, and prosper!